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The Law

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by bunraku, Jul 4, 2006.

  1. bunraku

    bunraku Member

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    Hi

    Not had an Airgun since my teenage years so looking for info regarding the law.

    Could someone clarify exactly what is the law regarding Air Rifles and where i can take it and shoot it?
    I'm just really looking to go into woods and shoot targets or cans.
    Does it have to be covered or carried openly or am i likely to get a SWAT team on me quickly. :)

    I'm in Scotland so i don't know if the Laws Different there.

    Thanx
     
  2. Chael

    Chael Engaging Member

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    Dave, I know you mentioned it in your post but you should fill out your location in your profile, you can do this by going to the User CP.

    Regarding the question, as far as I know you are allowed to own an air rifle not exceeding the power of 12 ftlbs without an FAC (Fire Arms Certificate). If you want one over this power you must apply for an FAC.
     

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